It may therefore be assumed that a quantitative rela- tionship must exist between the structure of the placenta and its function. Accurate information on this relationship could contribute to better understanding of the pla- centa and of its function.
The study of this relationship requires quantitative physio- logical and morphological data. Detailed data on quantitative morphology morphometry are available mainly for the human placenta.
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Even these data, however, are rather sparse as far as the early sta- ges of development are concerned, because most-studies relate to full term placentas see Aherne, ; Bender et al. We know of only a few morphomet- ric studies concerned with placentas of other animal species. These studies relate to in- vestigations on the development of the placenta of sheep Stegeman, and of cat- tle Baur, , and measurements carried out on full term placentas of the guinea- pig Millier et aI. Read more Read less. No customer reviews.
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